News for Monday, October 6, 2003



News in Brief

Cardinals trump Tigers

The Grand Valley Cardinals scored 15 points in the first quarter of Friday's game against Hayden and never looked back.

Board clarifies pay stance

Members confident in committee developing pay system

Concerned about what it called misconceptions of its stance toward a pay and evaluation system for Steamboat Springs School District teachers, the School Board on Monday voiced support for the developing system and the committee working on it.

R. County, Oak Creek reach pay agreement

2002 dispute over law enforcement resolved

A disagreement between Oak Creek Mayor Cargo Rodeman and Routt County over payment for law enforcement services in the fall of 2002 has been resolved with a compromise.

The Record for Oct. 7, 2003

Rams couldn't top Paonia power

When the game clock signaled the end of Friday night's football game in Paonia, Soroco coach Gary Heide couldn't blame his players for the Rams' 22-7 loss to the league-leading Eagles.

County compliant on property valuation

Auditor reviewed procedures, says county is 'doing things right'

The result of an independent auditor's review of Routt County's property assessment procedures indicate the county is compliant in all areas.

Taylor talks on Amendment 33

Senator tells commissioners passage will fund tourism promotion

Amendment 33 would provide funds to promote Colorado's tourism that have been much-needed for the past decade, Sen. Jack Taylor told Routt County commissioners and media Monday.